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© July 2003 Tony Lawrence

Mon Jul 21 18:29:58 GMT 2003 OSS656B important for SCO 5.0.7

OSS656B is now included in Maintenance Pack 1.

If you are running SCO 5.0.7, you need to download and install OSS656B from ftp.sco.com.

This is especially important if you are using one of the Supertars, because this patch corrects an inability to reboot after restoration by one of these products. Also: check that the version you have is OK with 5.0.7 - for example, Microlite BackupEDGE MUST be version 01.02.04.

It would also apply to SCO's own boot/recovery disks, though I hope no one is using those.


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